house located in the heart of a Burgundy national park (21520), the village is small
and pretty, located at the edge of a forest full of wildlife and farm lands, a
small river runs through the village, popular with trout fisherman during the summer
The property would make an ideal Gite for holiday
makers in the summer and huntsmen during the winter seasons. Or it would make a superb family home
Full professional architect drawings will be available to the new owner, they are to large to scan of copy.
Main Farm House - Detached
bedrooms (or 8 bedrooms using the attic)
3 large reception
attic with space for 4 additional bedrooms plus a smaller attic
guttering and down pipes have been fitted at a cost of 36K
1 x Stairs
to First Floor
3 x Reception
rooms (one with large fireplace)
1 x Kitchen
with fire place
1 x Extended
Bathroom (shower only) – Laundry Room - Separate toilet
1 x Stairs with
door to Attic
4 x Bedrooms
(2 with fire places – capped off)
This house is hundreds of years old and has not
been lived in for possibly 50 years it will require refurbishment.
Mains water and Electricity
are connected to the property
Second House/Garage Detached
used as the village bakery housing an impressive large Bread oven whilst previously
utilizing 6 rooms, 2 x basement rooms, 2 x middle rooms, 2 x top floor rooms.
This house has been converted into a large
garage/workshop with just two of the top floor rooms remaining as storage rooms.
It could be converted back into living accommodation if required.
guttering and down pipes have been fitted at a cost of 15K
Gardens – front, Side and Rear - Irregular plot size 27M across the front x 36M LH side x 46M RH side
The front of the house looks out across open fields, the rear of the property backs on a private park.
One of the forest access roads runs down the side
of the property also providing a further rear access point.
There is a small commonwealth grave area that commemorates four young pilots and crew who's RAF Pathfinder Lancaster crashed very close to the village during WWII, the French resistance fighters who were living in the village at that time provided assistance to the surviving crew members.
The village consists of 25 houses with a population of approx 55 persons
Approx running costs
- Water meter rates typically = 70.00/Ann
Ins = 450/Ann
= 300-1000/Ann (depending on usage)
are very low as the village is supplied with fresh water from its own treated spring.
available in this area, allegedly 20Mb but in reality 5-8Mb.
delivered and stacked = 36.00/cubic meter.
plentiful and economical in this region, the majority of houses use log burners
- Each house
uses its own septic and grey water system so there are no sewerage charges!
Current Estate Agency valuation = 90K
Priced to sell -- various OFFERS would considered inc Px for property in the Canaries !
Nearest main line train stations - Chaumont 20mins - Troyes 1hr
By Car - Exit the motorway at A5-J23 Leferte-sur-Aube - approx 4.5Hrs from Calais Harbour